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Secession and the Constitution

Was Lincoln Right?

In December of 1860, the state of South Carolina held a special convention to answer a monumental question: should South Carolina secede from the Union, and remove itself from its brethren, becoming a fully independent nation? 2,028 more words

Constitutional History

Will: Progressives are Wrong About the Essence of the Constitution

George F. Will writes: In a 2006 interviewSupreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer said the Constitutionis “basically about” one word — “democracy” — that appears in neither that document nor the  430 more words


#CAAMinute, Presented by GEICO -- April 17

Mr. Bobby Broyles starts Thursday’s #CAAMinute, sponsored by Geico, with news from men’s and women’s golf and the league’s weekly honorees. In the same fashion, Bobby B stays on track to preview this weekend’s golf and tennis… 42 more words


#CAASports WLAX Report -- April 17

The Towson Tigers, who recently completed CAA play with a 4-1 mark, have a great shot at earning the top seed for the women’s lacrosse championship taking place on May 2 and 4th at the College of William & Mary. 305 more words

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JMU'S Burkholder Signs with Mystics

One day after the 2014 WNBA Draft, James Madison women’s basketball senior guard Kirby Burkholder signed a free-agent contract with the Washington Mystics.

“It’s a surreal feeling,” Burkholder said. 324 more words

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News, Discussions, and Rumors 4-16-2014

This is a news story from Hampton Roads, a news agency out of Virginia, that has just got word from Karl Benson, commissioner of the Sun Belt, that James Madison has decided to remain in the Colonial Athletic Association for now. 59 more words

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Softball: Around the Horn - Apr. 15

Every CAA softball team is getting a chance to challenge each another in conference play this season.  James Madison leads the league with a 9-3 CAA mark, as they took three from a tough Hofstra squad, but then gave a pair up at College of Charleston and one to Drexel. 353 more words

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